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Insecurity: Ortom urges FG to resume 10,000 annual police recruitment

Owing to rising insecurity within the nation, Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State has appealed to the Inspector Common of Police to resolve points with the Police Service Fee to renew the recruitment of 10,000 police personnel yearly to satisfy the calls for of Nigerians.

Governor Ortom made the attraction on Monday when he paid a condolence go to to a former commissioner of Police within the state, Abel Aghannya whose spouse was murdered final Saturday in her room.

He stated the recruitment of extra policemen has develop into obligatory because of the enhance in inhabitants and degree of crime within the society and the necessity to guarantee it’s higher policed.

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The Governor charged the folks of Benue to within the meantime be one another’s keeper whereas directing the vigilante group to step up their surveillance to checkmate legal actions.

Governor Ortom condemned the grotesque killing of Mrs. Aghannya, describing her as a loving and kind-hearted girl who had no controversial difficulty with anybody, each in her enterprise and politics.

Earlier, the previous Commissioner of Police, Abel Aghannya refuted the story that his spouse was killed by assassins noting that she might have been killed by individuals who broke into the home to steal.

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Mr. Aghannya who described the dying of his spouse as painful additionally pressured the necessity for the Federal Authorities to do one thing in regards to the recruitment of extra law enforcement officials because it was the one option to cut back criminality within the nation.

Insecurity: Ortom urges FG to renew 10,000 annual police recruitment

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